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This application is a Continuation-in-Part of U. The present invention relates to the field of sensing devices for sensing coded data on or in a surface.
The invention has been designed to enable a user to interact with epec coded data on product packaging or labels, and will largely be described with reference to this application. However, it will be appreciated that the invention is not limited to use in this particular application. Various methods, systems and apparatus relating to the present invention are disclosed in the following co-pending applications filed by the applicant or assignee of the present invention simultaneously with the present application:.
Various methods, wpec and apparatus relating to the present invention are disclosed in the following co-pending 7049116 filed by the applicant or assignee of the present invention. The disclosures of all of these co-pending applications and granted specc are incorporated herein by cross-reference. Monolithic integrated circuit image sensors are known in the art. Refer, for example, to Janesick, J.
Digital image processing algorithms are known in the art. Refer, for example, to Gonzales, R. Such devices are typically designed 70419916 work in conjunction with an external framestore and a host processor.
One of the issues that arises when such image sensors are used in systems with a host processor is that the link between the image sensor and the host processor must support the relatively high read-out data rate of the image sensor. It would desirable, at least for some aspects of the invention, to provide alternative architectures that overcome some of the problems associated with direct coupling between the image sensor and the host processor.
Active pixel cells have a storage node which stores a charge. During an integration period, the stored charge is modified from an initial level.
Once 70041916 integration is completed, the amount of charge determines an output voltage, which can be used to drive an output circuit. The output of the output circuit is controlled by the voltage, and hence the charge, of the storage node. In conventional pixel cells, switching into and out of the integration period causes one or more voltage drops at the storage node due to various capacitances in the circuit. This reduces the potential dynamic range of the pixel sped.
It would be desirable, at least for some aspects of the invention, to provide a pixel cell that overcomes or at least reduces the impact of these voltage drops without requiring complicated additional circuitry. It would be even more desirable if a fill factor of such a pixel cell was not substantially different to that of sepc art pixel cells.
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In a first aspect the present invention provides apec sensing device for: Preferred and other embodiments of the invention will now be described, by way of dpec example only, with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which:. Serial interface synchronous timing: Serial interface synchronous timing single bite transfer from microprocessor to Callisto. First sample tag structure, showing macrodot arrangement, fully populated with macrodots. Second sample tag structure, showing macrodot arrangement fully populated with macrodots.
In the preferred embodiment, the invention is configured to work with the netpage networked computer system, a detailed overview of which follows.
It will be appreciated that not every implementation will necessarily embody all or even most of the specific details and extensions discussed below in relation to the basic system. However, the system is described in its most complete form to reduce the need for external reference when attempting to understand the context in which the preferred embodiments and aspects of the present invention operate.
In brief summary, the preferred form of the netpage zpec employs a computer interface in the form of a mapped surface, that is, a physical surface which contains references to a map of the 7014916 maintained in a computer system.
The map references can be queried by an appropriate sensing device. Depending upon the specific implementation, the map references may be encoded visibly or invisibly, and defined in such a way that a local query on the mapped surface yields an unambiguous map reference both within the map and among different maps.
The computer system can contain information about features on the mapped surface, and such information can be retrieved based on map references supplied by a sensing device used with the mapped surface. The information thus retrieved can 70419916 the form of actions which are initiated by the computer system on behalf of the operator in response to the operator’s interaction with the surface features. In its preferred form, the netpage system relies on the production of, and human interaction with, netpages.
These are pages of text, graphics and images printed on ordinary paper, but which work like interactive web pages. Information is encoded on each page using ink which is substantially invisible to the unaided human eye. The ink, however, and thereby the coded data, can be sensed by an optically imaging pen and transmitted to the netpage system. In the preferred form, active buttons and hyperlinks sepc each page can be clicked with the pen to request information from the network or to signal preferences to a network server.
In one 70041916, text written by hand on a netpage is automatically recognized and converted to computer text in the netpage system, allowing forms to be filled in. In other embodiments, signatures recorded on a netpage are automatically verified, allowing e-commerce transactions 5006 be securely authorized. As illustrated in FIG. The netpage consists of graphic data 77041916 printed using visible ink, and coded data 3 printed soec a collection of tags 4 using invisible ink.
The corresponding page description 7041961500 on the netpage network, describes the individual elements of the netpage. In particular it describes the type and spatial extent zone of each interactive element i. The submit button 6for example, has a zone 7 which corresponds to the spatial extent of the corresponding graphic 8. The netpage printer is an Internet-connected printing sec for home, office or mobile use. The pen is wireless and communicates securely with the netpage network via a short-range radio link 9.
Short-range communication is relayed to the netpage network by a local relay function which is either embedded in the PC, Web terminal or netpage printer, or is provided by a separate relay device The relay function can also be provided by a mobile phone or other device which incorporates both short-range and longer-range communications functions. In an alternative embodiment, the netpage pen utilises a wired connection, such as a USB or other 7041196 connection, to the PC, Web terminal, netpage printer or relay device.
The netpage printera preferred form of which is shown in FIGS.
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Unlike a personal computer, the netpage printer is an appliance which can be, for example, wall-mounted adjacent to an area where the morning news is first consumed, such as in a user’s kitchen, near a breakfast table, or near the household’s point of departure for the day. It also comes in tabletop, desktop, portable and miniature versions. Netpages printed at their point epec consumption combine the ease-of-use of paper with the timeliness and interactivity of an interactive medium.
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The relay sends the interaction to the relevant netpage page server 10 for interpretation. In appropriate circumstances, the page server sends a corresponding message to application computer software running on a netpage application server The application server may in turn send a response which is printed on the originating printer. In an alternative embodiment, the PC, Web terminal, netpage printer or relay device may communicate directly with local or remote application software, including a local or remote Web server.
Relatedly, output is not limited to being printed by the netpage printer. It can also be displayed on the PC or Web terminal, and further interaction can be screen-based rather than paper-based, or a mixture of the two. In the preferred form of this technology, relatively high-speed and high-quality printing is made more affordable to consumers.
In its preferred form, a netpage publication has the physical characteristics of a traditional newsmagazine, such as a set of letter-size glossy pages printed in full color on both sides, bound together for easy navigation and comfortable handling. The netpage printer exploits the growing availability of broadband Internet access.
The netpage printer can also operate with slower connections, but with longer delivery times and lower image quality.
Indeed, the netpage system can be enabled using existing consumer inkjet and laser printers, although the system will operate more slowly and will therefore be less acceptable from a consumer’s point of view. In other embodiments, the netpage system is hosted on a private intranet.
In still other embodiments, the netpage system is hosted on a single computer or computer-enabled device, such as a printer. Netpage publication servers 14 on the netpage network are configured to deliver print-quality publications to netpage printers. Periodical publications are delivered automatically to subscribing netpage printers via pointcasting and multicasting Internet protocols.
Personalized publications are filtered and formatted according to individual user profiles. A netpage printer can be configured to support any number of pens, and a pen can work with any number of netpage printers.
In the preferred implementation, each netpage pen has a unique identifier. A household may have a collection of colored netpage pens, one assigned to each member of the family. This allows each user to maintain a distinct profile with respect to a netpage publication server or application server.
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A netpage pen can also be registered with a netpage registration server 11 and linked to one or more payment card accounts. This allows e-commerce payments to be securely authorized spev the netpage pen. The netpage registration server compares the signature captured by the netpage pen with sec previously registered signature, allowing it to authenticate the user’s identity s;ec an e-commerce server. Other biometrics can also be used to verify identity.
A version of the netpage pen includes fingerprint scanning, verified in a similar way by the netpage registration server. Although a netpage printer may deliver periodicals such as the morning newspaper without user intervention, it can be configured never to deliver unsolicited junk mail.
In its preferred form, it only delivers periodicals from subscribed or otherwise authorized sources.
In this respect, the netpage printer is unlike a fax machine or e-mail account which is visible to any junk mailer who knows the telephone number or email address. A class diagram consists of a set of object classes connected by relationships, and two kinds of relationships are of interest here: An association represents some kind of relationship between objects, i.
A generalization relates actual classes, and can be understood in the following way: The UML does not directly support second-order modelling—i. Each class is drawn as a rectangle labelled with the name of the class. It contains a list of the attributes of the class, separated from the name by a horizontal line, and a list of the operations of the class, separated from the attribute list by a horizontal line.
In the class diagrams which follow, however, operations are never modelled. An association is drawn as a line joining two classes, optionally labelled at either end with the multiplicity of the association.
The default multiplicity is one. Each association is optionally labelled with its name, and is also optionally labelled at either end with the role of the corresponding class.
When a class diagram is broken up into multiple diagrams, any class which is duplicated is shown with a dashed outline in all but the main diagram which defines it.
It is shown with attributes only where it is defined. Netpages are the foundation on which a netpage network is built.